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If you have determined that a pool table won't fit upstairs in your home or office, there is still one option available: a dry build. This involves the factory producing the table in kit form, using screws instead of glue and staples to assemble the cabinet. This method maintains the table's appearance and strength while allowing it to be broken down for installation in restricted locations.
Choosing a dry build option may incur an additional cost of approximately £100 at the time of writing, as it requires production off the standard manufacturing line. However, it provides a guarantee of successful installation in challenging spaces. To determine if a dry-build table is necessary, videos or photos of the location would be required for assessment.
It is important to note that opting for a dry build may slightly extend the delivery lead time due to the customised production process involved. However, it nearly always ensures you can have the pool table you desire in your location, even if accessing the designated area is more complicated.
If you have any further questions or concerns, it is highly recommended to contact our experts, who specialise in delivering pool tables to difficult locations. We can quickly assess your needs, provide advice on the best model for your home or office space, send over a full quote, and address any other questions or inquiries you may have.
While it may seem challenging when a pool table won't fit up or down stairs, a dry build option provides a viable solution for the desired recreational addition in your games area. Don't hesitate to contact our professionals, who can guide you through the process and ensure a successful installation.